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Summary: Anna is completely normal, except for a few things:
• She’s a junior and hasn’t been kissed yet.
• She doesn’t wear makeup.
• She’s a foster child.
• She has no opinion about today’s boy band pop—or the faulty artificial hearts turning people into “vampires”.
• She’s on a high dosage of schizophrenia medication to keep her “vivid hallucinations” in check.
• The first fifteen-or-so years of her life are missing.
• According to medical records—or any records—she never existed.
• Her name might not actually be “Anna”.
• And her “vivid hallucinations” about people who turn into monsters aren’t hallucinations at all…
Not to mention that she gets suspended for a fight she can’t remember and misses a ride home with one of the cutest boys in the whole school, her best friend goes missing, and the next thing she knows she’s stolen her foster-sister’s car and is speeding down highway about to hit someone who parked in the middle of the road. This goes without saying that there’s a boy—a very, very cute boy—in the car, entirely unconscious.
What’s a completely normal girl to do?

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AEAluvsanimals said...
Jul. 7, 2011 at 12:13 am

I love it!

It's funny and interesting and pleeease put more stuff up

AEAluvsanimals replied...
Jul. 7, 2011 at 12:15 am
oh, and is it really called blank, or is it just untitled
junebug18 This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. replied...
Jul. 8, 2011 at 3:58 pm
It's really called [Blank]. And thank you! :D

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